The Celtic Tiger has long since up and left, and in its wake a trail of places like the Lord Bagenal remain. These days geared to family events, the public spaces are over large, and imply a far greater sense of use than there appears to be on a regular basis. Apart from the cosy restaurant, where the food is very good, especially the puddings, and the atmosphere friendly, the rest of the place suffers from the kind of vulgar gigantism that dates it to the Noughties. This is not to say the experience is unpleasant: it isn't. The rooms are large, lots of velvet upholstered furniture, big beds and substantive pillows. Free internet and a good quality breakfast comes with it (but the coffee in Ireland, oh dear). But the tacky decor, and an overuse of glass and marble, gives it the feel of a mausoleum now the businessmen have all packed up and gone.
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